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Crap From The Past - June 11, 2001: It's wedding season, so I mixed the whole show for the dance floor.


Published June 11, 2001


A pop music radio show for people who already know plenty about pop music, hosted by Ron "Boogiemonster" Gerber. From March 1999 - October 2002, the show ran every Sunday night from midnight-2am on KFAI-FM, 90.3 FM Minneapolis, 106.7 FM St. Paul, and KFAI.org.


Notes

Here is a listing of all shows saved to date and a listing of all the playlists to date.

DA BUTT - E.U. (97 BPM)
OBJECT OF MY DESIRE - Starpoint (116 BPM)
I WISH - Stevie Wonder (107 BPM)
PICK UP THE PIECES - Average White Band (108 BPM)
TEAR THE ROOF OFF THE SUCKER (GIVE UP THE FUNK) - Parliament (108 BPM)
DON'T WANNA FALL IN LOVE - Jane Child (110 BPM)
LET'S GET SERIOUS - Jermaine Jackson (110 BPM)
A LOVE BIZARRE - Sheila E. (113 BPM)
THEY DON'T KNOW - Tracey Ullman (113 BPM)
BUST A MOVE [Ultimix] - Young M.C. (118 BPM)
SEPTEMBER - Earth Wind and Fire (121 BPM)
MAKIN' IT - David Naughton (129 BPM)
FANTASY - Aldo Nova (131 BPM)
WOULD I LIE TO YOU - Eurythmics (132 BPM)
DRIVER'S SEAT - Sniff N The Tears (134 BPM)
MONKEY [7"] - George Michael (98 BPM)
LET'S GO ALL THE WAY - Sly Fox (98 BPM)
WALK THIS WAY - Run-D.M.C. (105 BPM)
DANCE WITH ME - Peter Brown (111 BPM)
TURN UP THE RADIO - Autograph (112 BPM)
LOVE IS LIKE A ROCK - Donnie Iris (112 BPM)
WE DON'T TALK ANYMORE - Cliff Richard (112 BPM)
GO INSANE - Lindsey Buckingham (112 BPM)
SOUL MAKOSSA - Manu Dibango (116 BPM)
WORD UP - Cameo (115 BPM)
HE'S THE GREATEST DANCER - Sister Sledge (114 BPM)
(KEEP FEELING) FASCINATION - Human League (118 BPM)
YOU SHOULD BE DANCING - Bee Gees (123 BPM)
YOU SHOOK ME ALL NIGHT LONG [Ultimix] - AC/DC (126 BPM)
I LIKE LOVE - Norma Jean (125 BPM)
GO ALL THE WAY - Raspberries (134 BPM)
POPCORN - Hot Butter (135 BPM)
EVANGELINE - Icicle Works (136 BPM)

Reviews

Reviewer: BigBadBaz - - February 7, 2007
Subject: Better than most at Beatmatching
Well he is one of the first Wedding style dj's that has tried to beatmatch but Im not always sure about the songs he has picked. Some out and out classics and some not so much although the production values are often similar, and undoubtebly from the same era.
Big fan of Ron and this is another great collection of wierd and forgotten music. Its just a shame that this show doesn't have as much forgotten stuff as unusual, with Ron prefering to showcase a mediocre ability to beatmatch. Oh well. Its still a fun 2 hours.